Marc-Andre Lachance donated 2020-01-16 19:31:14 -0500$8,271.00 raisedGOAL: $20,000.00
The Winter Walk for Wildlife helps us raise funds to support our mission. We ask that participants raise at least $50 to participate in this event and challenge yourself to raise more. Fundraisers will also have the chance to win prizes:
There will be a door crasher raffle for a $50 MEC gift card.
If you raise $100 you will receive a plush Audubon singing bird. These stuffed native species birds are very soft and give realistic bird calls when you squeeze them. A cute toy that is also educational.
If you raise $500 you will receive two tickets to our 5th annual Eco Folk concert held at Aeolian Hall on March 29th. A prize worth $70 in value.
If someone you know is fundraising to participate in the walk, you can support them here! Be sure to include the name of the person you are sponsoring in the box labeled "If someone referred you to TTLT, please enter their name."Donate
The Winter Walk for Wildlife helps us raise funds for conservation and features a guided hiking tour of the beautiful Westminster Ponds ESA.
We ask that all participants raise a minimum of $50 to participate in this event. The Top 3 fundraisers will win prizes!
If someone you know is fundraising to participate in the walk, you can support them here! Fill out the donation form, and be sure to include the name of the person you are sponsoring to complete the walk.Donate
I have always cared for nature and the preservation of natural areas. Over the years I have come to realize that one of the best ways to insure that land is preserved to that end is to own it. My wife Jane was one of the founding members of the Trust and served as property manager for several years. Accompanying her on work days, hikes, and volunteer events made me appreciate the importance of the Trust and allowed me to mingle with the wonderful people who give their time and talent to the restoration and maintenance of the Trust's property. Jane is no longer with us and I feel that my participation in various activities of the Trust serves to honor her memory and extend her dream further. Doing things with the Trust is fun, educational, sometimes challenging, but always rewarding.